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GUC Knowle

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  • GUC Knowle

    Fishing the above this Sunday, any advice much appreciated.

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    Bread punch carpslayer.Not been for a few years but it hasnt changed.Got a stretch near there and thats punch now.If you draw a bush or some brambles then you might catch a chub on caster or worm.The forcast is bad so you might be breaking ice,so its then a case of seeing how far you can break to and fish to the edge of the broken ice for roach and any skimmers if your lucky.Wrap up warm.lol.

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      Cheers Cornerstone

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      • #4
        Assuming you park at Hampton Lane & walk left
        About 10 pegs up there are Brambles far side - Roach.
        There are skimmers 4 or 5 pegs before the next bridge & Lots of Perch over near to the bridge. The next peg past the bridge against the tins has lots of Roach.

        Find the deepest area & fish a couple of feet further up the track - either chopped worms for the Perch or groundbait & squatts for the Bream. On the hook worm for Perch & Roach & almost anything for the skimmers (Punch, Whites, Castors, Pinkie, Squatts)
        Up the slope find 2 to 2 1/2 foot & feed liquidised bread from the start, go over with the punch (try different sizes) . Usually catch Roach immediately, fish it out. feed Squatts when it dies.
        Far side feed castors sparingly for at least 3 hours before going over.
        Frank

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